January 20
  • Rocky Mountain Express to be Released on Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray Disc

Rocky Mountain Express to be Released on Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray Disc

The Stephen Low Company is pleased to announce an agreement with media company Shout Factory that will see the Stephen Low film “Rocky Mountain Express” released on Blu-ray 4K Ultra HD and Blu-ray HD disc later this year. For the full article and more info and links: http://www.stephenlow.com/rocky-mountain-express-to-be-released-on-blu-ray-4k-ultra-hd-and-blu-ray-disc/

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September 22
  • Top Honours

Top Honours

Rocky Mountain Express Awarded Best Film and Best Cinematography The Stephen Low Company is pleased to announce that “Rocky Mountain Express” has been awarded “Best Film Short Subject” and “Best Cinematography” by the Giant Screen Cinema Association. The top awards were voted on by giant screen theaters from around the world and were announced and presented at the GSCA 2012 annual conference in Sacramento, California. Filmmaker Stephen Low was on hand to receive the award for Best Film together with Director …

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March 30
  • Special Montreal Screening of Rocky Mountain Express

Special Montreal Screening of Rocky Mountain Express

We invite you to a special fundraising event for Exporail, the Montreal premiere of the full version of the film Rocky Mountain Express by Montreal filmmaker Stephen Low, on March 31, 2012 at the Scotiabank – IMAX Theatre. This is the only opportunity to see Stephen Low’s production in the Montreal area, as no other presentations of the film are planned. Lasting 45 minutes, the movie propels audiences on a steam train journey through breathtaking vistas of the Canadian Rockies and …

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February 20
  • Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing

Golden Reel Award for Best Sound Editing

The Stephen Low Company is pleased to announce that Rocky Mountain Express has been awarded “Best Sound Editing: Special Venue” at the Motion Picture Sound Editors 59th Annual Golden Reel Awards, Sunday February 19th, 2012 held at Westin Bonaventure Hotel & Suites, Los Angeles. Rocky Mountain Express is Directed by: Stephen Low Produced by: Pietro L. Serapiglia, Alexander Low. SUPERVISING SOUND EDITOR: SOUND DESIGNERS: SUPERVISING FOLEY EDITOR: MUSIC EDITOR: FOLEY ARTISTS: Peter Thillaye, Ed Douglas, Karl Mohr, Michel Bordeleau, Cory Mandel, Goro Goyama, Andy …

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February 06
  • Special Preview Screenings in February

Special Preview Screenings in February

SPECIAL IMAX PREVIEW SCREENINGS of Rocky Mountain Express are taking place in several cities: Sacramento, CA; San Jose, CA; Phoenix, AZ and St Louis, MO. If you are nearby, you may want to attend. Below are the available details. Please check with the theater directly if you need additional details. Please note that as these are special preview screenings, they may not be listed on theater websites. SACRAMENTO, CA Esquire IMAX Theatre Showtimes: Wednesday, February 8th 1:30pm, 4:00pm, 6:30pm Tickets: $5.00 Address: Esquire IMAX Theatre 1211 K Street Tel: 916.446.2333 Website: www.IMAX.com/sacramento SAN …

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January 19
  • Locomotive 2816 has Cameo in NFB’s End-of-the-Line

Locomotive 2816 has Cameo in NFB’s End-of-the-Line

The star of “Rocky Mountain Express” makes an appearance in the last minutes of “End-of-th-Line” a 1959 National Film Board of Canada documentary that explores the last days of steam. See the film online on the NFB’s website: http://www.nfb.ca/film/end_of_line/ Choose “High Quality” if you can for best viewing provided internet speed is working for you. Directed by Terence McCartney Filgate and produced by Roman Kroitor (one of the founders of IMAX Corporation) and Wolf Koenig, “this documentary short offers a nostalgic look at the …

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December 22
  • Rocky Mountain Express to Steam into Europe

Rocky Mountain Express to Steam into Europe

“Rocky Mountain Express” is coming to the Netherlands and to Switzerland in 2012. The film opens at Omniversum in The Hague, Netherlands in April, 2012 and at the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne, Switzerland in September, 2012. For details and a complete up-to-date listing of theaters currently exhibiting or slated to exhibit the film, check out our “where-to-see-it”. Also, sign-up for our occasional e-newsletter about the film to learn about new openings.

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